What is it like for a woman when her husband becomes The President of the United States — and she is suddenly thrust into the spotlight?
The play is filmed in the historical setting of The Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural National Historic Site.
TEA FOR THREE is a Fully Staged ONLINE PERFORMANCE.
Tickets are $25 per household Direct private links to the event will be e-mail to all patrons 45 minutes – 1 hour prior the scheduled performance time. ***Patrons who would like to redeem vouchers from the canceled 2020 spring performances should e-mail email@example.com
“The Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural Site is delighted to partner once again with O’Connell & Company in the creation of “Tea for Three: Lady Bird, Pat & Betty”. Using the historic house where TR took the presidential oath of office in 1901 will provide the production with a truly unique backdrop for telling the stories of these three first ladies.”
Stanton H. Hudson, Jr.
Executive Director/Site Superintendent
Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural National Historic Site
TEA FOR THREE: Lady Bird, Pat & Betty
October 29, 30, 31 & November 6, 7, 8 2020 | 7:30PM EST
Eric H. Weinberger & Elaine Bromka
”TEA FOR THREE: LADY BIRD, PAT & BETTY” is a witty, sly, and deeply moving script that explores the hopes, fears and loves of Lady Bird Johnson, Pat Nixon, and Betty Ford – three drastically different women, with one thing in common: The White House.
Particularly pertinent in this era of heightened politics, TEA FOR THREE humanizes the political scene with a whimsical and authentic look at three former first ladies, each sharing some memories of life in the fishbowl of First Ladydom.
In three scenes taking place in the family quarters of The White House just prior to the end of living there as the wife of a president, each of the women confides alone to the audience.
This is a tale of a remarkable trio in a most unusual job and revealing the the personal cost of what Mrs. Nixon called the “hardest unpaid job in the world.”
“This highly polarizing political climate is perfect for the show since it manages to reach across the aisles, something we all need right now, especially on election night. We can make hay with that.” Elaine Bromka, Author